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is not on trial for using steroids he is on trial for allegedly lying to the grand jury in 203 about the use of steroids. and attorneys try to whittle don't the number to 12 different alton's to trying to-trying to speak in two hours there were eight women, and for men. attorneys for barry bonds say that they were pleased twiddling the 12 numbers people down to the jury. >> what you're going to do today is emphasize how important it to put aside the great work that you have done for the last eight years [laughter] in describing these events. our job is to emphasize and continue to emphasize not only the factors that play outside the courtroom. . >>reporter: attorneys for barry bonds have spoke to the jury and they have said- that it is test-just listening to the evidence that is presented and not in influenced on the media or what they're hurting the past. and to be able to impart justice. >>pam: if you've not been following this? the 1990 sorki team coverag with the 1990's, j.r.? >> certainly, highs, lows, for barry bonds one time, breaking the baseball record and the next, getting indicted
from of japan's nuclear reactors. u.s. officials cannot expect the japanese to quickly regained control of the plan's fuel rods. dangerous levels of radiation. good evening, everybody. all lan security is saying that radiation levels from flights from japan, landing and chicago, n.y.. to have real activity, but not enough to be concerned about. - radioactivity. first, what steps are being taken? nuclear helicopters tons of water the pilots cannot get very close. only one of the drop hit the target. not much of an impact. later, soldiers used high-pressure fire trucks. and used that on number three for 30 minutes. 140 mi. away and tokyo the japanese are trying to flee their country. rolling blackouts, food and fuel supplies are low. the united states as it advised americans still stay 50 mi. away from the nuclear areas. the evacue evacuation process of americans out of japan. president obama is telling people not to worry about nuclear plum in our country. >> i want to be very clear that we do not expect harmful levels of radiation to reach the not states. or if it is the west coast, haw
. per hour. that led to mud and rock slides. this is conference drive and felton brought is showing us. >> one of the many mudslides and out of conference drive, from felton. a result of the heavy rainfall. working crews are trying to clear the debris. this large trees tucked in the middle. getting a chain around that to pull it away. is obstructing the entrance. the hopefully, sometime today. rob fladeboe. >>catherine: and with the creek levels all day. different times of the day. to the latest of what is happening. keitour only reporter daniel? >> the good news is that the level has dropped a little bit sensed noon. i can show you by coming over sense- noon. the vertical is indicative of where the weathe water level was. it is still a lot of water and people are still concerned. what some businesses were due in preparation. took metal grate storm covers off the storm drains. to clear any possible debris. and even sandbags. ply we flood blocks in front of their doors and windows plywood- flood blocks--five years ago, the water destroyed some of these structures and created a lot of d
was nonexistent. kate thompson reports, they say if some radiation reached the u.s. it would be so small it would not be cause for concern. >>kate: today's danger level in the bay area on a scale of 1 to 10, one being the best and 10 being the worst, as far as radiation. >> id 0. one. >>kate: worst-case scenario everything goes wrong. what is the situation in the bay area on a scale of one to attend if that happens in today's question mark? >> 1. there shouldn't be any health hazard. to the bay area. >>kate: reporting live, kron 4 news. >>pam: on the phone to help us understand the implications of exposure to radiation, michael with the state public health. there is concern even though we are hearing from experts said it's unlikely the u.s. could really be affected by a meltdown and radiation from any plants in japan. nonetheless there is concern among the general population. what message do want to give the population. >>caller: thank you for having me, i am a spokesperson for the agency. we want people to know that according to our federal partners, with the nuclear regulatory corporation. we b
this legislative session. >> republicans are trying to use it little leverage they have against this to the california a majority vote. and republicans are very much in the minority party. denise will leverage the half will be used-any leverage to use will try to impact their thoughts on the vote with pension reforms, change in and budget, we want spending limits. we want a whole range of other things that the democrats do not seem to get in on. >>pam: ended the gets too much? tickets with the democratic vote? >> correct--she could lose that the democratic vote if it is taken too far. he is wanting to still set a compromise. and the deadline is really to the end of the month. at 6:00 p.m. when the republican convention should intervene. >>pam: think two, dan.and thinge and stand and rob is joining us. --thing two, dan. >>pam with 400 teachers expecting to a rally in protest. the pink slip in the east side union school district to close and eight onion dollar budget deficit will said the 65 people, 25 certified teachers and 42 classified positions over the past four years. 150 te
with excessive use of anabolic steroids and human growth hormones with losing hair, acne and they're irritated, in greek. as a result made numerous that's and was-angry. he said he would " cut my head off and " he would cut out my breast implants because he paid for them. >> during a very aggressive cross examination they try to examine her as an addictive over the breakup of the relationship that she was angry. that he would not be offered house in arizona and that he wanted to convince the jury that kimberly bell is not the one whose testimony can be trusted. at the federal courthouse, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >>pam: we have continuing coverage of the barry bonds trial with all the details leading up to the verdict. in other big story, news crews all over the bay area. tsfrom hercules, to capitola but not and low water caused quite a bit of damage. on the sunday that city council had a meeting for an ever since the proclamation after a burst pipe is quite a bit costing $1 million. a mobile home park that had to be evacuated for work damaged and 39 were below attack. there are to keep an eye
levels are extremely high. >>pam: with four reactors in danger of meltdown the u.s. embassy is warning americans to stay at least 50 mi. away. >>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4 news at 4:00. >>pam: japanese officials say the best way of ending the threat of nuclear disaster is a new power line that could restore electrical power to the cooling pumps at the reactors. the u.s. regulatory commission said today all the water is gone from one of the polls. as kron 4 shows us, there is now nothing to stop the fuel rods from ultimately melting down. >>reporter: a new satellite pictures shows for the first time the extensive damage to the reactors. no. 1 lost its roof in an explosion, number two is in tact in releasing steam. no. 3 shows the most damage but the greatest danger is reactor for. it that is where all the water is train from the polls. u.s. officials say they could ignite with enough force to blast the radioactive fuel over the wide area. they told americans it's no longer safe to stay within 50 mi. of the plan. the japanese military tried to use helicopters t
will to the north of us. we are staying dry. and we will as we go towards tomorrow. certainly that break from the wet weather. current temperatures 50s, 60s. san francisco = 58. santa rosa, 52. napa is 65. it is the warm spot. fairfield, mountain view, san jose, 64 degrees. overnight, the law was going to get to the 30's in the 40's. santa rosa will be the cooler spot. overnight, the lower spots. your kron 4 7 day around the bay to break of what weather tomorrow. and again in late saturday near a sunday. we will be right back for the kron 4 evening news purify (music) [ wheezing breaths ] [ woman ] the first time i smoked, i was 13. i was in a hurry to grow up and wanted to look cool. big tobacco knew it, and they preyed on me. i'm here to tell you that big tobacco hasn't changed. they continue to profit... by selling kids the same lies... to get them to use... the same deadly products. don't be big tobacco's next victim. it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that t
jose where we find rob. he shows us the sliding land. >>rob: for some 200 ft. half of this one lane private road in south san jose has sunk 3 ft.. he could see rain water is still seeping out of the landslide above. new cracks that this letter opening in the road every day. the pavement is oglin buckling in crafting a. in the shot you can see how large section of earth acetylene. hear how we see the ground is pulling away from the foundation of one home. as you can see, the entire hillside here appears to be unstable. " and see how concrete poured into the cracks a few days ago has already settled. pg&e has prepared a broken gas line is installing an emergency shut off switch. water lines are breaking into. county inspectors were on scene wednesday assessing the damage. the road is private and a half-dozen and property owners say they will probably have to fix the roads themselves once the hillside settles down and the rain stops. in san jose, rob the kron 4 news. >>pam: in morgan hill road as been covered by a massive landslide. disproves the been working on it all day. they did no
those increases. some more, gasoline use the goes up. in the summer. increasing demand and prices maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >>pam: the warehouse is considering various options to do with the rising gas prices that-warehouse. at-- with the nation's reserves. only on rare occasions. >> is an option we are considering. but, there are a number of factors. we are cognizant of the fact that americans are experiencing a sharp rise in prices of the gas pump. that affects their family budget. we are monitoring it very closely. >>pam: the reserve has 747 million bar. of oil. and it was used in september 20th 08 with hurricane like. >>pam: california budget battle! 13-ike. and jerry brown cannot get enough votes for a $26 billion deficit solution. today he spoke about the troubles. >> we are facing a very serious challenge in the budget. so far, we have techniques that gone forward but we lack a republican of votes. and when i say this matter before the people i not just mean taxes but i also mean the cuts. i believe that in our society, and in california it appears to be that the people s
at the intersection of oak street and that is where kron 4 jonathan blum joins us. jonathan? >>reporter: the police and on the scene for over five hours with a officer related shooting. the man opened fire at the officers returned fire striking that suspect. we have not actually heard from police. we have heard from people on the scene at that the canine waunit was here that there is a debt individual here at the scene. police have confirmed that there were no officers were injured. this is david sklar. what happened? >> when i got home there were five police officers on the streets with their guns out. they're running up the street. some with rifles pointed at this house. there was obscenities being yelled from the " culprit. shots fired. and it sounded like other shots were returned. >>reporter: what happened right before the shots were fired and went to the sound like? >> it sounded like the guy wishes yelling obscenities to the police and not come any closer and and shots were fired. it sounded like a smaller pistol. almost like firecrackers and then pretty heavy artillery fired back. >>reporte
do to protect yourself. >>christine: police said critics are using glued to jam down the center, cancel and clear buttons on the keypad. then the wait for someone to come up to the atm. the victim usual doesn't know anything is wrong until after they put the card into the machine and punch in their pin number. when the customer goes to hit enter, because of the gloom and nothing happens. when they tried to cancel or clear to get the card back, i get nothing happens. with the thieves are waiting for is the victim to get frustrated and go inside the bank and get help. that's when the thieves, and use the buttons on the touchscreen to steal cash. in some cases the victims don't even know they've been robbed until the check their bank statement. the word police are getting out is if this happens to believe the atm machine. remember you can override the keyboard by using the touch screen. it has a cancelled button on their so you can get your card back. police have arrested this man who they believe is responsible for vandalizing several atms in both san francisco and billy city. ple
using their vehicles. >>rob: worried is the slide that to count 200 ft. is still sliding. with their vehicles stuck on one side of a slide, the people impacted have carved a footpath under the rocks. >> sure you'd like me to say it's terrible but, this is part of living out in the wilderness. the share >>rob: department is all offering help with all train for we will vehicles. >> these are in the abilities, that is the nature of these hills. >>rob: now residents are stocking up on groceries away and the possibility of the new rockslide and getting well acquainted with neighbors. >> the side effects of this is i have lived here for 29 years in and just meeting some of these people. there good folks. >>rob: the slide were told is still not stable and public works said the not going to do anything until there's a real break in the weather. they say this is the largest landslide in the county in 10 years. reporting live, kron 4 news. >>reporter: a major mudslide blocking this very narrow one lane road. people who live here said the hillside sliding is an ongoing problem that
are proving preliminary layoff notices. as kron 4 dan curman tells us, the latest are in marin county. >>dan: schools like this might see fewer schools next year. >> these are the people we work with every day, are friends, our colleagues at its really demoralizing to provide an issue that some people feel like they're services aren't needed or wanted. we want to back, we need to for the kids. it gives a very mixed message. >>dan: they say this is the worst-case scenario, it's all contingent on the governor's tax extensions. all school districts are doing this tonight. and the nevada school district will be discussing layoff notices. they're they're talking about 24 of them to go out by march 15th. in san rafael, dan curman kron 4 news. >>pam: coming up on kron 4 news at 5:00 we will show you another local school district which will be sending out hundreds of layoff notices. traffic on this tuesday in walnut creek, the headlights' are northbound. this is the 680- 24 split traffic is moving slowly. we will be back. sizzler introduces fresh trout. [ female announcer ] flaky and flavorful. serv
and joins us live from the hall of justice with details. >>dan: police are under fire today not only is the public defender's office saying they're violating people's constitutional rights, but these did the cops are also lying about it on the record. they say they have the video to prove it. this is surveillance video, they obtain this as police were going to the henry hotel. they got word that people inside had drugs. the public defender's office said there was a master key obtained without a search warrant or knocking on the door. the burst rated and began searching. they say later they live in a police report saying they first obtained written consent before searching that room. they say this video indicates they never got written consent before going inside. after this video surfaced was dropped by the district attorney, and other similar case also at this hotel was kicked out of court by a judge. now the public defender's offices demanding an investigation not just by the d.a. office of police, but by someone independent. >> the police have burst into a home, it appears on rout
, kron 4 news. >>pam: back to the situation in hercules, jonathan blum is with us to give us a different look at the hillside danger there. >>jonathan: right over here in the core of hercules, a neighborhood called the heights. these homes here said at the foot of those mountains. if we go in closer, they back up to this incredibly steep hill. those home circled in the two rectangles, those are the homes that are red tagged and yellow tagged. there are four of each. these are homes where the dirt has actually started to slide down the hill into the homes. some of those homes on the left in red, those are the ones that have actually started to shift and are considered unsafe to occupy. if we flatten at the map the look of the typography, you could see how much land areas. that is nature. over here is humans. nature is overwhelming humans by the sheer size of this hill and the amount of water that is saturating the church. if you look at the hill, and a much bigger it is then the homes, at this point it's still verses home and the hill is winning. gravity is an overwhelming force. jonathan
it on to land but it's an incredible video. we had a line of severe thunderstorms pushing through the bay. us confirmed a small tornado that touched down. here is a radar picture from this morning, about 11:00 a.m.. this is when the weather service issued a tornado warning for san mateo county. notice the shaped in the shape of a,? that's what we call a hook at go. you see a tornado. let's take a look at what's going on outside. the heavy rain has really started pushed out of the bay area. or still sing heavy showers over san jose but this is a two hour time lapse. the heavier rain really starting to push to the east. but some into that. showers all the way up near fremont. you could see the ledger rang, still prom coming down pretty decent. rainfall totals so far today, iran has seen the most in inch and a quarter. that's mostly today. in the past 12 hours we've really seen that ring, 24 hours your pretty much dried. mill valley just over an inch, not bought an inch. of remarkable amount of rainfall totals for a short period of time. we have a powerful storm set to push through i will latino
francisco, san mateo right in the middle of the peninsula of. the s f o has officer crossed told us, the closure is because of a power line. the officer jesse just mentioned, right near the broadway exit on highway 1 0 1. this is illustrated in the red. that is the. that is closed. we are saying that there are some cars the kindle southbound. the north is pretty much closed, the self-there are two lanes that have been northbound closed. it is a live power lines and people are asked to exercise one near the broadway exit. c h p is requesting to avoid >>pam: 8 other was found wandering around a parking lot this morning. a toddler--this two year-old was found wandering in this pleasanton parking lot of wal-mart. somehow he got out of his apartment. that this residential apartment and made this way with over through the lanes of traffic, and then the employee found the toddler in the parking lot. >> we expect in the home, and interview the mother, to make sure the was not a deterrent and benjamin, or criminal activity. the mother had recently had been a 88 compliant residential communit
banks. look at how the water is rushing by. a very precarious situation there. if robbed shows us the river nile and the return home of those were forced to flee the rising waters. >>rob: here and felt and grove, the river is now well within its ranks. after a crested here thursday afternoon causing it anxious moments for the folks who live along the river. the river dropped as much as 8 ft. over night after coming perilously close to these and other homes here and felt and grove, and water to other neighborhoods here. residents were evacuated are now returning home who showed me how blue river literally came up to overdoor but never got inside. >> i had my car packed knowing it could happen. i was waiting to hear the alarm and we got a bang on the door downstairs it was a fireman saying the river is rising now, you better leave. >>rob: this was the san lorenzo thursday afternoon when the river reached its 17 ft. flood stage and then rose to just over 18 ft.. flooding a section of a nearby river road before finally retreating when the rain tapered off. some snags and logjams downs
that makes its way back into the harbor. >>rob: think he's a much for joining us. a local state of emergency remains in effect of the tsunami warning remains in effect. a lot of the streets around the harbor remain closed. the flood waters could come back anytime. of these that's what i'm hearing for now. reporting live kron 4 news. >>haazig: just above the santa cruz yacht harbor as you can see behind me there's about 100 tsunami surge spectators. some people say they're here what is something they've never seen before. others say they're here because the boats out on the harbor. >> luckily might dock is in the middle the dock and i put extra lines on so it seems all right. a lot of boats that badly damaged. over here we have you docks boat seemed to be floating around so your lot of crunching noises. it's not pretty. >>haazig: of all the santa cruz yacht harbor. kron 4 news. >>pam: our meteorologist brian tells us the tsunami warning has been downgraded to read some of the advisory. nonetheless people are asked to be on alert along the california coastline. in the meantime the northern cal
of them blew up leaving the reactor exposed. inside the temperatures are soaring. the water using to cool has fluctuated. today, the prime minister announced for a nuclear crisis center. he appealed for international experts to help a worst case scenario. the fuel rods are burning through the containment and releasing large amounts of radioactivity into the atmosphere. while the government tries to stave off a big government catastrophe also the aftermath of the tsunami. in the town after town, no homes are left standing. no signs of life remained. flags are marker bodies are awaiting burial. the floodwaters have not receded in places. japanese surge from house to house searching for survivors with incredible stories. the 60 year-old a scramble to the roof of his house. the water went through his village. the receding water trucked into the ocean and that is where rescuers found him. 9 mi. of sshore. >> this disaster is raising serious questions about nuclear facilities. joining us on the phone about this issue is quarry repartee a spokesman from pg&e and the el diablo power plant. cory.
's a problem. >>pam: in other words the remedies that are coming down the road will not help us to do that this from happening say tomorrow? >>caller: they will prevent it, tomorrow, in fact i sent a letter to the commission today asking them to find out what happens on march 15th pg&e doesn't properly determine the type of pipes underground? they have stated that they will display pvc staff. i immediately levy fines and sanctions against pg&e until they provide the necessary records and information. that's what i was told yesterday. >>pam: how much responsibility do they care for the problems that we've now seen through the explosion? >>caller: they bear a tremendous amount of responsibility. they have been regulating this utility and that's their job to guarantee public safety and they failed. >>pam: thank-you assemblyman jerry help. responding to these new revelations today. we have new information this afternoon about the number of homeowners were choosing to rebuild in san bruno. kron 4 j. r. stone spent the day with city officials and tell them that they're working as quickly as
for the job to finish which took hours even using several trucks to load and haul the slide away. when the work was done this inside lane was blocked by the slide was cleared and reopened to traffic. in the oakland hills, kron 4 news. >>pam: huge rockslide that ticketed 200 ft. section of nelson road outside scotts valley, is still sliding. the hillside is not stable and the rain is only making matters worse. it is blocked vehicle access to some three dozen homes. more than 60 people have been forced to walk to and from their homes. it will be weeks if not months before the bronx and downed trees can be pushed aside. santa cruz public works says they have decided to build a new road around the slide. we were out in the pouring rain today plotting a course. because >> we have walked the property, we have authorization from the property owners and we have a spot chosen and it goes way off to the right over here. were going to have to install culvert across the street. >>pam: no one has been hurt in the slide, but a neighbor is worried about his alpacas. he has 13 of them and he is concer
to tell us what is going on >>reporter: the folks out here have gathered in the plaza and they're talking about this game interruption in their protesting. the not happy with the idea. we had maybe 100 to 150 people here who gathered through the plaza and supporting this event. >>pam: the injunction is not yet been approved are they tried to make a statement here today? >>reporter: they have a and a lot here, this measure that still hasn't gone throw i spoke with major quang today. she hasn't been brought up to speed up on this she needs more time so she can figure out what it is. she supports this but not really. >>pam: a judge is looking into this issue, what is it the protesters are saying? >>reporter: they're saying that this isn't right. it targets minorities in certain neighborhoods, they want more education and community programs rather than gain injunctions. >>pam: this is an ongoing rally it at frank plaza in oakland. you could see opera of maybe 100. our reporter on the scene there daniel said there about a hundred people of the other the listening to speakers all of this is to
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